MMGM: Ghosts of the Titanic

Ghost stories make my hackles raise. If they’re really scary, my tail bristles too! I hope you like ghost stories as much as I do because as I promised last week, today’s recommendation for Operation Story Share is pretty spooky. Read on to see what one review says about Ghosts of the Titanic by Julie Lawson.

When twelve-year-old Kevin Messenger’s father inherits a house in Halifax, Canada, left to him by a complete stranger named Angus Seaton, Kevin decides to investigate. His puzzling discoveries lead to troubling dreams and a voice calling to him for help. A parallel narrative tells the dramatic story of Angus Seaton, who worked on one of the ships responsible for recovering bodies and personal effects after the Titanic sank. The two stories converge in a spine-tingling climax as Kevin is transported aboard the sinking Titanic to try to right the wrongs of the past.

Oooooh! Take my word for it, they aren’t kidding about the spine-tingling part. (And hackles raising.) If you’re feeling brave enough, get your paws on a copy of Ghosts of the Titanic by Julie Lawson. You won’t regret it.

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I am the Professional Mews for Cindy Strandvold, as well as a huge fan of middle-grade books. Which, coincidentally, is the age Cindy writes for.
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2 Responses to MMGM: Ghosts of the Titanic

  1. I love books that have to do with the Titanic and ghost stories intrigue me. Thanks for the introduction to this book!

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